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Toolkits for TVET providers

This online platform was launched in 2022 to provide TVET stakeholders and practitioners with information on, and access to, online toolkits. Multiple toolkits for TVET providers/practitioners have been, and continue to be, created. The purpose of such toolkits ranges from facilitating TVET providers' 'self-reflection' on aspects of their provision to quantitative performance assessments. Some toolkits have a thematic focus (e.g. on digitalization or greening) whereas others have an organizational focus. For some themes, there are multiple toolkits, for example to assess and/or reflect upon teacher/trainer training needs. The purpose of this database is to bring the many and varied toolkits into one place and to provide a guide and resource for:
  • TVET practitioners seeking a ready-made guide or self-assessment tool on themes such as digitalization, greening and inclusion; and
  • researchers and policy makers seeking to design new organizational assessment tools for their TVET providers.
In the table below, you can find a summary of the toolkits and a link to each one.





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THEMATIC AREA(S)
Training, Curriculum, and Qualifications




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Soft Skills Project Design and Delivery Toolkit

This toolkit provides a tool to identify the starting- point, scope, breadth and depth, and structure of any soft skills development project and to guide development agencies in their approach to designing and delivering projects focusing on soft skills development. The gap in soft skills has been widened by the changes connected with the globalisation, accelerated transformation and digitalization of the market, and more recently with new demands in the post-COVID-19 era, as a result of which the importance of soft skills in education and employment has been further increased.

PUBLISHED BY: British Council, 2020

TOOLS: Frameworks, Recommendations,

TARGET GROUP(S): Curriculum developers, Non-governmental organisations, Teachers/trainers, Training providers

GEOGRAPHIC AREA(S):

KEYWORDS: soft skills , digitalization , digital readiness , skills development



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